From June 10, 2005 It's a blur, a mist, a memory, as my life unfolds before my eyes. So tired, so weary, yet living, breathing I am… Read more "Prayers from the past"
Western theology tends to minimize mystery and maximize analysis. If we are not careful, we lose the sense of the sacred which must always attend the theological task... We are dealing with a mystery too large for our minds or our pens. The preservation of a sense of holiness and reverence about all this is something we dare not lose. To do so would be to turn spirituality into something more akin to an element than an encounter.
According to an old European mystery tradition that goes back to Plato, all created things share in the divine life of the Creator. In fact it was… Read more "Sharing in the divine life of the Creator"
"I wish I had all the books I have ever owned, because I'm beginning to see that any book might offer just one thread in the tapestry… Read more "Thomas Moore on books"
I get down on myself every once in a while for all the movies Kat and I watch. Reading Thomas Moore this morning, I am encouraged. Maybe… Read more "A need for story"